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"By the end of 2030, let's create a world where university students can participate in practical space projects in all countries."

UNISEC-Global has been accepted as Permanent Observer to UNCOPUOS on June 9th, 2017 in the 60th session of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space.

Perspectives

UNISEC-Global's primary objective is to help create a world where space science and technology is used by individuals and institutions in every country, rich or poor, and offers opportunities across the whole structure of society - whether academic, industrial or educational - for peaceful purposes and for the benefit of humankind.

UNISEC-Global is an international nonprofit body, consisting of local-chapters across the world. Since its establishment in November 2013 in Japan, UNISEC-Global has provided a forum every year to promote practical space development activities, mainly at university level, such as designing, developing, manufacturing, launching and operating micro/nano/pico satellites and rockets, including their payloads. University students, young researchers, their tutors and other stakeholders around the world participate in the annual UNISEC-Global Meeting. We have an average of more than 130 participants from about 33 countries in each Meeting.

Moreover, it encourages its members (mainly through the Points of Contact) to establish local chapters-UNISEC branch offices, which are independently managed and operated- in their respective countries. As a consequence of establishing such local chapters, UNISEC-Global has been developing a global communication network via which it shares information and builds international connections between those interested in seeing space applied to local and global social issues.

Interview of Secretary General

Originally published in "SpaceTalk - The Next Generation", the magazine produced by the alumni of the International Space University, and reprinted here with permission.

UNISEC-Global activities in 2020

UNISEC Global Calendar

ISU Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program Jan. 13- Feb. 14 Adelaide, Austraila

SmallSat Symposium Feb. 3-6 California, USA

UNCOPUOS Scientific and Technical Subcommittee, 57th session Feb. 3-14 Vienna, Austria

Global Space and Technology Convention Feb. 6-7 Singapore

UNCOPUOS Legal Subcommittee, 59th session Mar. 23- Apr. 3 Vienna, Austria

IAF Spring Meetings 2020 Mar. 24-26 Paris, France

2019 CubeSat Developers Workshop May 4-6 California, USA

1st IAA African Symposium on Small Satellites May 11-14 Stellenbosch, South Africa

4S Symposium May 25-29 Quarteira, Portugal

Global Space Exploration Conference 2020 June 9-11 St Petersburg, Russia

UNCOPUOS 63rd session of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space June 17-26 Vienna, Austria

HEPTA-Sat Training July 5-6 Istanbul, Turkey

International Workshop on Lean Satellite July 7 Istanbul, Turkey

The 10th Nano-Satellite Symposium July 8-11 Istanbul, Turkey

The 8th UNISEC-Global Meeting July 11-13 Istanbul, Turkey

Pre-7th Mission Idea Contest July 11 Istanbul, Turkey

Small Satellite Conference Aug. 1-6 Utah, USA

CLTP11 Aug. 18-29 Chiba, Japan

the 71st International Astronautical Congress (IAC) Oct. 12-16 Dubai, United Arab Emirates

2020 UNISEC-Global activities and related events
(please contact us if we miss any relevant events.)

UNIGLO on facebook More pictures on Facebook

February 10, 2020
Prof Shinichi Nakasuka of the University of Tokyo made a technical presentation at the 57th STSC (UNCOPUOS) in Vienna on Feb 10, 2020.
The title is New Way of International Space Collaboration- University-based "UNISEC-Global"

February 10, 2020
Rei Kawashima, Secretary-General of UNISEC-Global, made a statement at the 57th STSC (UNCOPUOS) in Vienna on Feb 10, 2020.

January 24, 2020
UNIGLO8 flyer is available. Please feel free to download it.
UNIGLO8 flyer

July 19, 2019
We are pleased to introduce 2019 student representatives.

July 19, 2019
HEPTA-Sat website is available.

June 19, 2019
UNISEC-Global made technical presentations on "UNISEC-Global Challenge -for Sustainable University Space Activities" and on "A Handbook for Post-Mission Disposal of Satellites Less Than 100 kg" at the 62nd COPUOS on June 19.

June 18, 2019
Professor Kamogawa made a technical presentation on "Open-design CubeSats for earthquake prediction and tsunami earlywarning and their university-originated satellite construction observation" for UNISEC-Global at the 62nd COPUOS.

June 17, 2019
UNISEC-Global made a statement at the 62nd COPUOS.

June 17, 2019
"A Handbook for Post-Mission Disposal of Satellites less than 100kg" envisioned by UNISEC-Global has been written and published by IAA.
You can download it at the IAA webpage.

April 19, 2019
ARLISS (A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites) is facing a difficult situation. Please help us by submitting your comments by April 29, 2019.
Save the ARLISS (English)
Save the ARLISS (Japanese)

April 19, 2019
We are pleased to announce that we will hold the 7th UNISEC-Global Meeting and 6th Mission Idea Contest at the University of Tokyo in Nov 30- Dec 3, 2019.

February 22, 2019
Prof Fabio Santoni, Sapienza University of Rome, made a technical presentation on Global University Space Debris Observation Network (GUSDON) for UNISEC-Global at UN-STSC on Feb 20, 2019.
Presentation
Prof Fabio Santoni

February 14, 2019
UNISEC-Global made a statement at the 56th STSC in UN.
Statement
Audio file
the 56st STSC

February 13, 2019
UNISEC-Global made a technical presentation on HEPTA-Sat Training at the 56th STSC in UN.
Presentation
technical presentation on HEPTA-Sat Training

January 30, 2019
A one-day HEPTA-Sat Training Session was held at ISU-SHSSP in Adelaide, Australia on Jan. 28, 2019. Thanks to Arm corporation, all participants were provided Mbed.
ISU-SHSSP


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